Obsidian Art Space Presents RUINED, Closes 3/22
Ruined follows the plight of four women in the war torn Democratic Republic of Congo. Many women have suffered during the cruel civil war and worse are now shunned by their communities for being ruined. Some of these women find unlikely refuge at Mama Nadi's, a brothel deep in the mineral rich jungle.
Ruined, written by Lynn Nottage, was the 2009 Pulitzer Winner For Drama.
Show times are at 8 pm. Tickets are $20 and for seniors they are $15 and students they're $10. Reserved seats are $30.
Thursday's, Friday's, Saturday's at 8pm thru March 22nd
and on Sunday, March 16th at 2pm
About Obsidian Art Space
(OAS) is a nonprofit 501(c)3 art space which provides a venue for visual and performing artists as well as arts outreach programs. From its inception in March of 2010, OAS has been an asset to the Historic Heights as well as the Greater Houston arts community. Their response has been overwhelmingly positive and welcoming.